Centre Asks Supreme Court To Stop Farmers’ January 26 Tractor Rally


    Centre Asks Supreme Court To Stop Farmers’ January 26 Tractor Rally

    Centre Asks Supreme Court To Stop Farmers' January 26 Tractor Rally

    The farm laws, the centre informed the court, were not fast made

    The centre has appealed to the Supreme Court to stop a tractor rally of protesting farmers scheduled for January 26, the Republic Day. The farmers have planned to hold a huge rally in Delhi on January 26, if their needs to scrap the controversial farm laws are not. Haryana farmers prepare to hold a rally too, with one tractor from each town participating in. The farmers had stated they were anticipating a minimum of 20,000 tractors.

    In an affidavit filed in court, the centre pointed out the constitutional and historical significance of the Republic Day, around which a cluster of events happen.

    Mentioning the grand wedding rehearsal on January 23, the National Cadet Corps rally of January 28, Beating the Retreat on January 29 and “Martyrs Day” on January 30, the centre stated: “Any disruption or blockage in the stated functions would not only be against the law and order, public order, public interest however would also be a huge shame for the nation”.

    The farm laws, the centre told the court, were not hurriedly made but were the “outcome of two years of deliberations”. The farmers of the country “more than happy as they have been offered an extra alternative over and above existing … no vested right is taken away”.

    The federal government stated it has actually done its best to engage with farmers to get rid of any misapprehensions and misgivings in the minds of farmers. “No efforts from the centre were found lacking,” the affidavit stated.


    The centre was asked to file the affidavit after Solicitor General Tushar Mehta raised the tractor rally problem during the hearing earlier in the day. Mr Mehta desired the rally to be stopped and the Chief Justice of India had asked Centre to submit an application in the matter.

    The Supreme Court, which was hearing a bunch of petitions relating to the farmer rally, had actually suggested that the contentious farm laws be put on hold at the hearing. The court has actually likewise suggested the formation of a committee to work out on the concern. The farmers, however, refused to take part in the committee after an internal conference.

    The court had actually released a series of compelling declarations against the centre, stating, “Inform us whether you will put the laws on hold otherwise we will do it. What’s the eminence problem here?”

    An order in the matter will be passed on Tuesday.

    ( the headline, this story has actually not been released by Essential India News personnel and is released from a syndicated feed.).


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